1973D Stupid Question

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Brenda Brown, Dec 6, 2018 at 9:58 PM.

  1. Brenda Brown

    Brenda Brown Member

    I am not sure what a DD on the columns are so on this penny is the little line on the right of the first column and the left of the last column. I have seen photos of the DD on the columns, but I am not sure what they are talking about.
     

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  3. TyCobb

    TyCobb A product of PMD

    You're talking about the lines that show up to the right of the left-hand columns and the lines that show on the left of the right-hand columns correct? Those aren't DD, that's part of the design to give it a little 3D effect. They are very faint and over time can start to disappear, but you will notice them on cents in really good condition like a proof or high graded cent.
     
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  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    @Brenda Brown
    Please don't use the word stupid in your title. Your questions are important. How else will you learn? That's what your trying to do right?
     
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  5. Brenda Brown

    Brenda Brown Member

    Ok thank you. I am going by what I read on the sites that DD's and couldn't figure out the column lines. So I am going back to look again at column DDs.
     
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  6. TyCobb

    TyCobb A product of PMD

    Sounds good. And just so I know we are on the same page, here's what I was referring to in case you see something different.

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  7. Brenda Brown

    Brenda Brown Member

    thank you. I appreciate it very much.
     
  8. Trkdvr

    Trkdvr Member

    Brenda Brown, I've always been told the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. There is no such thing as a stupid question especially when trying to learn something new.
     
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